Boy’s stays discovered inside crocodile after it dragged him undersea

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    Remains of boy, 14, found inside crocodile after it dragged him underwater

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    Ricky Ganya, 14, was dragged undersea by the crocodile on Friday (Picture: ViralPress)

    The stays of a teenage young boy have actually been discovered inside a crocodile’s stomach after he was dragged into a river by the animal.

    Ricky Ganya, 14, had actually been gathering snails with his household at a riverbank in Kuching, Malaysia, on Friday when a crocodile assaulted him and pulled him undersea by his foot.

    His household then hurried to call the emergency situation services, however by the time they arrived he was gone.

    Officers then utilized chicken to draw the reptile out of the water, and effectively captured it 4 days after the occurrence.

    Kuching, Malaysia, July 31, 2020 (Pictures)??????This is the gruesome moment the remains of a fourteen-year-old boy were pulled from a crocodile's stomach. The 4.5 metre long beast was caught after teenager Ricky Ganya went missing in Kuching, Malaysia on July 31. He had been gathering snails with his relatives on the muddy riverbank when the crocodile leapt from the water. It then clamped its jaws around the boy's foot and dragged him underwater. The boy's aunt called for help and the emergency services arrived. They used a chicken as bait to lure the croc out of the water before it was trapped in a snare four days later. Furious locals cut open the reptile's stomach and found clothes belonging to Ricky as well as a number of severed body parts.

    The crocodile was drawn out the water with chicken (Picture: ViralPress)

    Kuching, Malaysia, July 31, 2020 (Pictures)??????This is the gruesome moment the remains of a fourteen-year-old boy were pulled from a crocodile's stomach. The 4.5 metre long beast was caught after teenager Ricky Ganya went missing in Kuching, Malaysia on July 31. He had been gathering snails with his relatives on the muddy riverbank when the crocodile leapt from the water. It then clamped its jaws around the boy's foot and dragged him underwater. The boy's aunt called for help and the emergency services arrived. They used a chicken as bait to lure the croc out of the water before it was trapped in a snare four days later. Furious locals cut open the reptile's stomach and found clothes belonging to Ricky as well as a number of severed body parts.

    It was then opened and the young boy’s remains were discovered in its stomach (Picture: ViralPress)

    The crocodile’s stomach was then taken a look at and human remains were discovered inside, together with products of Ricky’s clothes.

    His household have actually now been offered the remains so they can be buried in his town.

    An officer from the Sarawak Fire and Rescue Operations Center stated: ‘At about 9: 15am, the crocodile took the bait, a chicken, connected to a hook laid by a group at an area about 3 miles far from where the young boy was last seen.

    Kuching, Malaysia, July 31, 2020 (Pictures)??????This is the gruesome moment the remains of a fourteen-year-old boy were pulled from a crocodile's stomach. The 4.5 metre long beast was caught after teenager Ricky Ganya went missing in Kuching, Malaysia on July 31. He had been gathering snails with his relatives on the muddy riverbank when the crocodile leapt from the water. It then clamped its jaws around the boy's foot and dragged him underwater. The boy's aunt called for help and the emergency services arrived. They used a chicken as bait to lure the croc out of the water before it was trapped in a snare four days later. Furious locals cut open the reptile's stomach and found clothes belonging to Ricky as well as a number of severed body parts.

    The teenager’s household are burying his remains in their town (Picture: ViralPress)

    ‘The crocodile was pulled onto the coast where its stomach was inspected.

    ‘Sadly, there were human remains inside and these were identified as belonging to the missing teenager.’

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